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Cheap flights from Dublin to Manchester

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Departure Thu, 27 May Return Tue, 01 Jun
DUB Dublin
MAN Manchester
return from £25
Departure Thu, 10 Jun Return Wed, 16 Jun
DUB Dublin
MAN Manchester
return from £24
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Discover the most useful information about Dublin and Manchester to organise your travel.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Local, one-way ticket

Trains are 14% more expensive in Manchester than in Dublin.

Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 20% more expensive in Manchester than in Dublin.

Standard daytime start rate

A taxi fare in Manchester is 30% cheaper than in Dublin.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Manchester is 3% cheaper than in Dublin.

Dublin airports
  • ( Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
Manchester airports
  • ( Manchester International (MAN)
    How far from city centre: 9 miles
  • ( Birmingham Intl (BHX)
    How far from city centre: 74 miles
  • ( Liverpool John Lennon (LPL)
    How far from city centre: 27 miles
K Distance: 166 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Dublin to Manchester

How long is the Dublin flight to Manchester?

The average flight duration for services from Dublin to Manchester, which has a flight path of around 165 miles, is approximately 1 hour 5 minutes.

How early should I arrive at the airport?

For domestic flights like journeys from Dublin to Manchester, it's advised that you arrive at Dublin Airport approximately two hours before your departure time. Passengers are advised to have checked in and be ready to pass through security with two hours to spare to ensure there are no issues with boarding and takeoff.

Is there a time change from Dublin to Manchester?

There is no need to worry about resetting your watches or smartphones when travelling from Dublin to Manchester. Dublin and Manchester share the same timezone.

Which airlines fly from Dublin to Manchester?

A variety of popular airlines provide passengers with flights from Dublin to Manchester. These include British Airways, Aer Lingus and Ryanair.

How to find cheap flights from Dublin to Manchester?

It's incredibly easy to find cheap departures from Dublin to Manchester with eDreams. A user-friendly platform with handy filters makes it possible to find the perfect flight option for you, with trips to suit your schedule and budget. With an extensive selection of airfares on potential holidays available in just a few seconds, you'll have plenty of choice when it comes to selecting the ideal itinerary. You can filter for domestic flights, direct flights and individual airline names and airport names. What's more, you can look forward to some of the lowest prices online, not to mention last-minute offers on holidays to yield even more great savings. Let us help you find the cheapest time to go on city breaks.

When is the best time to fly from Dublin to Manchester?

Manchester makes an ideal destination for a city break at any time of year, but there's a few essential festivities and fun events that stand head and shoulders above the rest that should be considered when hunting for great holiday deals.

  • July: The award-winning Manchester Jazz Festival gets into full swing in July and is a must for any music fan. July is also when the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival kicks off.
  • August: The streets of Manchester and the city's famous Gay Village come alive in August for the annual Pride Big Weekend.
  • September: Treat yourself to a world of fabulous flavors at Manchester's annual Food and Drink Festival.
  • October: Bookworms will find plenty to keep them entertained at the Manchester Literature Festival. Grimmfest, a celebration of all things cult and horror also gets into full swing in October.
  • December: See in January in style with Manchester New Year's Eve Fireworks held at Albert's Square.

Airports in Dublin

Useful information about Dublin Airport

The Irish capital is served by Dublin Airport, an international travel hub that connects the country to destinations far and wide. Located approximately 6 miles north of the city centre itself, the airport offers plenty in the way of facilities for passengers, including a wide variety of restaurants and retail outlets. Passengers can also look forward to free unlimited WiFi while passing through the terminals.

Although there is no direct rail connection, Dublin Airport does offer first-rate ground transportation links, with more than 700 daily bus services connecting the terminals to the city centre and destinations further afield. Airlink Express 747 and 757 services run throughout the day, connecting the airport to the city centre. A regular schedule of Aircoach services also provide fuss-free connections. Bus journeys usually take approximately 40 minutes, but can take up to an hour in busy traffic. Those looking for faster connections will find plenty of taxis available outside of either terminal.

Airports in Manchester

Useful information about Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport offers plenty of first-rate facilities for passengers passing through its terminals. Convenient rail connections via the airport railway station ensure prompt journeys to the heart of town, with rapid rail connections to Manchester Piccadilly taking as little as 20 minutes. The airport is also served by the city's Metrolink tram service, connecting the airport to Manchester Victoria. Hundreds of bus services operate daily, while taxis are also plentiful and can be found directly outside of the terminals.

What to do and visit in Manchester

You'll find no shortage of things to do while staying in Manchester, whatever time of year you visit.

  • Museums: Explore exciting exhibits at the Museum of Science and Industry, the Manchester Museum or the People's History Museum.
  • Sporting Glory: Head to Old Trafford and tour the grounds or explore what's on offer at the National Football Museum.
  • Retail Therapy: Venture to the Trafford Centre for a spot of shopping and discover top retail destinations including one of the few Selfridges locations outside of London.

Book your ticket with eDreams now to enjoy all that Manchester has to offer.

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Waiting rooms were rubbish and tatty

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Date 2018-07-19 Age 51-70 Location Birmingham

Very clean and plenty to shop in

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Clean and tidy

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Date 2019-03-28 Age 51-70 Location uk

easy going

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Date 2019-03-01 Age 51-70 Location Manchester

T1 air side needs air con.Far too hot.

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Date 2020-03-20 Age Location

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